Cleveland Clinic launches new mobile unit

The Cleveland Clinic has launched a comprehensive critical-care program that provides specialized care by Cleveland Clinic physicians, nurse practitioners and critical care nurses to domestic and international patients through means of mobile intensive care unit, helicopter and fixed-wing jets.

The program will offer uninterrupted service for patients via a diverse fleet of vehicles including ground ambulance, helicopter, and two fixed-winged jets. The jets are outfitted to provide comprehensive intensive care during intercontinental transports.

"Cleveland Clinic continues to put patients first. This expansion allows the initiation of Cleveland Clinic care upon the arrival of our teams and ensures the highest quality of service worldwide," said Marc Harrison, MD, director of medical operations and associate chief of staff. "While in the air, our team has the full complement of Cleveland Clinic expertise at its disposal via direct communication with the clinic or back to the referring physician. We provide a seamless transition of care and on-scene initiation of Cleveland Clinic treatment."

Cleveland Clinic is a not-for-profit multispecialty academic medical center that integrates clinical and hospital care with research and education.

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